Definition of Glimes
1. glime [v] - See also: glime
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Literary usage of Glimes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of the Reign of Philip the Second, King of Spain by Robert Watson (1818)
"This fleet he divided into two squadrons, one of which, command- 1ST4' ed by the vice-admiral, the Sieur de glimes and Julio Romero, he ordered to sail from ..."
2. Memoirs of the Baron de Rimini (Griscelli de Vezzani): Secret Agent of by Jacques François Griscelli de Vezzani (1888)
"... DE GLiMES—although a Spaniard by birth, he was educated in Trance—was Don Carlos' Ambassador to St. Petersburg. At the fall of this uncrowned king he ..."
3. The Year After the Armada, and Other Historical Studies by Martin A[ndrew] S[harp] Hume (1896)
"Captain Osorio with other ships went to the aid of de glimes and ... When de glimes, the Vice-Admiral, had been killed, and his part of the fleet destroyed, ..."
4. The History of Spain: From the Establishment of the Colony of Gades by the by Charles John Ann Hereford (1793)
"... under de glimes and Romero, was from Bergen to fall down the ... of glimes was entangled on a fand bank, and fet on fire by the Zealanders ..."
5. The Musical World (1860)
"Not many years ago M. Jules de glimes came to London with ambassadorial functions. ... So M. de glimes, accredited to the post of " Charged with Affairs," ..."
6. The Gentleman's Magazine (1792)
"... fleet under Admi- rnl glimes, which was followed by the lui render of Middleburgh, ... glimes, who loft his life in that figh: (Strada VIII. p. ..."
7. Nine Specimens of English Dialects by Walter William ed Skeat (1896)
"... [B. Glimps] and glimes, signifies to look cunningly, 481. ... and glimes, thou lookest cunningly.] Gloom, to frown and be sullen, 616, ..."